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Drought impacting flower festivals

The persistent drought across the Western Cape and the crucial August rain that failed to materialise is having a devastating effect on small South African towns dependent on the flower season for tourism revenue. 

The Cape Argus reports that one festival has been cancelled while others are scaling down because flowers are not as abundant as in previous years. Conservation manager of Cape Nature Cederberg Rika du Plessis said the rainfall for the past seven months has been the worst since 1953. "The average rainfall measured at Algeria Forestry Station is 724mm per year. Last year it was 545mm. If we continue with the rain pattern, we won’t even reach 300mm by the end of this year."